Closed for Independence Day

All American State Bank locations will be closed on Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. We will have normal Saturday hours on July 2nd and return to normal weekday hours on Tuesday, July 5th. Have a safe and fun holiday weekend!

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Summer Hosting for Less
Summer Hosting for Less

Let summer hosting be easy and not over budget! Whether you are having family over for the holidays, a birthday, or friends over for a backyard BBQ, check out these tips on how best to save when hosting a summer gathering this year. Let hosting be fun,...

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Save On a Summer Staycation
Save On a Summer Staycation

Summer is coming and that means it’s vacation season! If you haven’t had the time to put the thought into planning yours, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a simple vacation back home. Regardless of where you live, try out...

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Bad Budget Habits to Break
Bad Budget Habits to Break

Do you have some bad budgeting habits that desperately need to be broken? Acknowledge and break your bad budgeting habits with these helpful tips on how to tackle them to meet your financial goals.   1. Unnecessary Spending  If you...

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Wedding Planning on a Budget
Wedding Planning on a Budget

Congratulations on your engagement! There is so much to do before your big day, and we understand that wedding expenses can add up very quickly. With that being said, American State Bank wanted to share our tips for planning a wedding on a budget. Venue When...

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Date Night Ideas on a Budget
Date Night Ideas on a Budget

Spending quality time with your significant other is important, but all of your outings can begin to add up. So how do you continue making your relationship special without breaking the bank? Here are our favorite date night ideas when you are on a budget! Skip...

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Why Emergency Funds Are Crucial
Why Emergency Funds Are Crucial

I have some money in the bank, so I don’t need an extra fund for emergencies. Sound familiar? Just because you have some money somewhere does not mean you are prepared for an unexpected event. “More than half of Americans (or 51 percent) have...

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How to Make 2022 Your Best Financial Year Yet
How to Make 2022 Your Best Financial Year Yet

It’s the New Year, and boy did time fly! With all the resolutions you may be setting, we wanted to add one more to your list if you haven’t already – finances. 2022 can be your year to focus on your finances which can go several different...

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New Year’s Resolution: Money Edition
New Year’s Resolution: Money Edition

If you’re looking for a New Year’s resolution, it’s always a good idea to consider focusing on your finances. Whether you’re looking for credit/savings-related resolutions or you’re simply trying to change your financial...

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Earning Extra Cash Over Winter Break
Earning Extra Cash Over Winter Break

If you’re a high school or college student, you most likely have a winter break to look forward to. If you don’t have many plans and like the idea of making some extra money during that time, this blog is for you. Keep reading to find out...

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Energy Saving Tips
Energy-Saving Tips for the Winter

Winter is approaching which means the temperatures are going to continue dropping. It may be tempting to crank up the heat, but that usually means much higher bills. This winter, make it a priority to save money on your electricity bills...

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